17.00 From Scottish:
All the Fun of the Fair!
A visit to the Carnival at Kelvin Hall, Glasgow
17.30 The Secret Gardenâ€”12
'When the Sun went down' by Frances Hodgson Burnett, told by Stuart Vinden
17.45 From Regional:
'Here and There': a Summary of the Week's News by Stephen King-Hall
by Three Birmingham Composers
THE CLIFFORD QUINTET
By Chris Edmunds :
Northern Legend September
By Frederick Tookey :
Pastoral Dance Polish Dance
By Frederick Bye :
Minuet, Green Room
Tango, The Red Mantilla Waltz, Sing me to Sleep
Dr. Chris Edmunds , of Birmingham School of Music, is organist of Aston Parish Church. He has composed five operas, as well as chamber music. The late Frederick Tookey was the pianist in the Tookey trio, and father of Elsa and Muriel Tookey. Frederick Bye is 'cellist in the Clifford Quintet.
' Inclusive Costs'
GRAHAM WALKER and JOHN CITIZEN
In this, the second talk of the series, the new motorist will be advised on insurance and on the costs per mile he will have to reckon for petrol, oil, tyres, and depreciation, according to the car he has selected.
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